- *.SWF or *.FLV
- Adobe recommends that all users uninstall its Flash Player.
- Flash Player has always been targeted by hackers and malware authors.
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- Uninstall Flash
- Windows10 > Control Panel > Programs > Adobe Flash Player > Uninstall
- Unfortunately, Flash isn't completely uninstalled through the Uninstall programs menu in Windows Settings. But, Adobe does have an uninstall utility.
- Delete C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash
Delete %appdata%\Adobe\Flash Player
Delete %appdata%\Macromedia\Flash Player
- Uninstall Flash Player for Windows
- Reboot PC
- Open your browser and check the status of Flash Player.
- Just remember to remove the Flash plugin from all your browsers after you use this uninstall tool.
- Disable Adobe Flash On Your PC & Why You Would Want To
- MS Edge
- MS Edge > ... > Settings > View Advanced Settings > Use Adobe Flash Player > Off
- MS Internet Explorer
- MSIE > Settings (Gear icon) > Manage Add-ons > Toolbars and Extensions > Shockwave Flash Object > More Information > Remove all sites > delete the asterisk
- MSIE > Settings (Gear icon) > Manage Add-ons > Toolbars and Extensions > Shockwave Flash Object > Disable (button)
- Chrome > chrome://settings/content/flash
- Chrome > chrome://plugins
- Settings > Advanced > Content Settings > Flash > Ask First
- Flash is disabled by default
- Firefox > about:addons > Plugins/or/Add-ons > Never Activate
- Adobe Flash Player Download Center
- ☐ Uncheck the "Optional offer" to "install the free McAfee Security Scan Plus utility to check the status of my PC security" (unless you really really really ☑ want it).
- ☐ Uncheck the Google.or.Yahoo toolbar (unless you really really really ☑ want it).
You must be an Administrator to install programs on your computer.
- More Security Warnings - You must immediately ugrade your version of Flash when there is a new version available. Adobe tries to fix security issues as quickly as possible.
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- Adobe Flash Player End of Life
- As previously announced in July 2017, Adobe will stop distributing and updating Flash Player after December 31, 2020 ("EOL Date"). We made this announcement in collaboration with several of our technology partners – including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla – which issued complementary announcements with more technical detail on what the Flash Player EOL will mean for developers, enterprises, and consumers using their specific OS environments or browsers.
- Please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/tech-specs.html for the latest list of Flash-supported browsers and operating systems. Note, as it gets closer to the EOL Date, the number of Flash-supported browsers and operating systems may decrease so Adobe strongly encourages customers to migrate to other standards.
- Adobe will not issue Flash Player updates or security patches after the EOL Date. We recommend that all users uninstall Flash Player before the EOL date (see manual uninstall instructions for Windows and Mac users). Users will be prompted by Adobe to uninstall Flash Player on their machines later this year and Flash-based content will be blocked from running in Adobe Flash Player after the EOL Date.
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